With four killed, among them U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, at the hands of protesters using machine guns and rocked-propelled grenades against the U.S. Consulate in Libya on Tuesday night, some are now beginning to walk around the ruins of the ruins in Benghazi. And with that comes photos of the aftermath.
The attacks were in response to an anti-Islam film produced in America, which also resulted in protests against the United States in Egypt as well. TheBlaze has also reported on photos that have emerged showing Stevens during the attack, injured in a crowd of people who are allegedly trying to help rescue him.
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